Loving Parrots

Tunnel Card, Love Birds

Hi everyone – Bri here! Today I am a sharing this caring card featuring the Tunnel Card, Love Birds die set. This card is the perfect little greeting for a loved one! This project is featured on my personal blog today too, check it out here.

To create this card I used 3 different pieces of cardstock from the retired Magenta 6.5 x 6.5 Paper Pad by Kaisercraft: the black and white speckled paper, a lighter gray and the dark gray. I used gray and white paper for the backgrounds so the colorful birds will stand out more.

I used two of the three background dies from the Tunnel Card, Love Birds die set. I used the middle die to die cut the birds on the branch out of the dark gray cardstock. I used the front die to die cut the heart shape from the black and white speckled paper to create the front window. I die cut the smaller pieces that make up the birds from Neenah paper so I could use my Copic markers to give them bright colored feathers. The colors I used are listed at the end of this blog post.

I used the Distress Edges die to give the front layer funky edges to give it more of a tropical feel. Then I glued the three paper layers to the card base.

To finish this card I die cut the “hello” sentiment from the Flip Card, Dashed Circle die set with pink shaded pattern paper from the same Magenta paper pad, and I added some red and pink sequins.

Thanks for stopping by the i-Crafter blog today. It’s fun to think of creative ways to combine the different products in your stash. Head over to my blog for more information on the supplies I used to create this project. Check out my Instagram account for other recent creations here. I’ll be back soon with more inspiration.

– Bri

i-Crafter Products Used:
Tunnel Card, Love Birds Add-On
Flip Card, Dashed Circle

Copic Markers Used:
Browns: E81, E84
Reds: R20, R22, R24, R27, R29
Pinks: RV11, RV000
Yellows: Y11, Y13, Y15, Y38
Greens: YG13, YG17
Blue-Greens: BG02, BG18
Blues: B04, B02, B01, B00, B000, B0000
Grays: C1, C3, C5, C7

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